COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — An autism care provider based in Indiana is expanding into Colorado and is looking to hire some help. Hopebridge Autism Centers offer clients a variety of care ranging from diagnostic services to help with speech and occupational therapy.
The company plans to hire between 300 to 325 people in Colorado in the coming months with a goal of up to 600 new employees in 2021. Their priority is to staff three new sites in the Denver area. Colorado is one of six states where Hopebridge is expanding.
Company founder Kim Strunk has bigger plans to expand in Colorado outside of the Denver area. They are looking for potential locations in Southern Colorado.
"We are actively looking for real estate right now because there is such a need, and we'll be moving down there as soon as we can secure some good locations," Strunk said.
The job openings include positions for behavioral technicians, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and clinical psychologists among others. To apply visit hopebridge.com/jobs. Families in need of autism services can also learn more about Hopebridge's model by visiting hopebridge.com.
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